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Re: netstd and ssh(d)

In article <19980923020711.A206@wonderland.linux.it>,
Marco d'Itri <md@linux.it> wrote:
>On Sep 20, Martin Mitchell <martin@debian.org> wrote:
> >> 	first, it's notable there is no easy way to remove portmap &
> >> mountd without a bit of hassling. perhaps the netstd postinst should do
>Look at Bug#24551.

There is more than just NFS that uses RPC and thus portmap.

> >Not at all, I think many of us require these daemons. If you want them
>Do you really think most debian boxes are used as NFS servers?

nfsd and mountd are only started when you have added entries to
/etc/exports, which is empty (or only has comments) by default.
So nfsd and mountd aren't started by default at all!

  "Did I ever tell you about the illusion of free will?"
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